US FDA Warning Letter Hits Huahai For Failure To Prevent Valsartan Contamination
Zhejiang Huahai should have realized its valsartan API was tainted by the probable carcinogen NDMA, FDA says in warning letter, despite earlier statement from agency leadership to the contrary.
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